Be Our Guest is on the Disney Dining Plan, as a quick service credit for lunch and a table service credit for dinner. The restaurant's three dining rooms can serve a total of 550 guests between the elegant ballroom setting, the mysterious West Wing of the Beast's castle or the stunning Rose Gallery. Counter service is available during the day, and the restaurant becomes table service at night. However, lunch is unlike any other quick service location on property, in that you order your food and then have it delivered to your table on china plates instead of the usual paper.
Table service dinner continues the French bistro theme with a large selection of appetizers.
Options for kids are a little different than the standard chicken fingers and fries that are readily available across the park. Youngsters can choose from Mickey meatloaf, seared mahi mahi and whole-grain macaroni with marinara sauce.
FUN FACTS: There are 115 windows in the Beast's Castle.
The lion-like figures flanking the door at the entrance to Be Our Guest Restaurant were referred to as “golions” by the design team, a combination of goat and lion.
The centerpiece chandelier at Be Our Guest Restaurant measures more than 12 feet tall and 11 feet wide. It boasts more than 84 candles and more than 100 jewels that hang down to give it added shine.
At Be Our Guest Restaurant, the delicate Rose Gallery, adorned with rose accents, paintings and tapestries, is centered by a music box nearly 7 feet tall with a twirling Belle and the Beast.